• 14 Jul 2016
  • 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Palace Electric Theatre, New Acton Nishi Building, 2 Phillip Law Street, Canberra

Registration

  • Free

 

The Voices & Ideas Of Australia’s Future Strategic Leaders.
Loud. Strong. Making A Difference.

Thank you for your interest.  This event is full. You are able to register on the waitlist and if a spot comes up we will let you know.  If you have any inquiries please contact IFRS on events@ifrs.org.au


Six future strategic leaders will deliver six-minute bursts about a topic they’re passionate about a topic they also feel is of importance to Australia’s national security.


Amy Beggs French
Food security: Where is your next meal coming from?

Elise Cole
Corruption and violent extremism: from moral dilemma to security threat

Rajesh Mukherjee
Pakistan: friend or foe

Jackeline Giovannucci Gil
National resilience against drug trafficking

Claire O’Neill
Swarming internal innovators

Lydia Shelly
CVE through the eyes of an Australian Muslim woman: the impact

Their talks are engaging, edgy and arguing a specific point or position. Expect innovative thinking and insights, even some controversy.

It runs for one hour in the arthouse-style setting of Palace Electric Theatre, and is followed by a networking event.  It is your chance to engage in conversation with Australia’s future security leaders.

Join us for a networking event in the bar afterwards.  Tickets include a complimentary drink (selected beer, wine and soft drink) and nibbles.

This is Next.

The institute For Regional Security would like to thank our sponsors - the Charles Sturt University Graduate School of Policing and Security and KPMG.

   






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